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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try this web site. It will take you to Auto Zone and a description of what you want.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
My first instinct tells me timing chain or belt, but it could be a vacuum line loose, cracked or disconnected. Using a stethoscope, or a length of gasline hose held to your ear, and with the engine running, listen for a hissing sound. Be sure and wiggle all the hoses you can. You might make one hiss. If you don't find anything, get a timing light, and check your timing marks. They should stay in basically one spot. If it's jumping around a lot, you need a new timing chain or belt. Good luck.
Posted on May 01, 2009
Just getting ready to do this fix as well. The filter is located under the car beneath the drivers seating area. You have to release pressure in the system by taking the gas cap off and releasing the pressure at the valve on the fuel injection rail. After that it's just three slip connectors and a screw / bolt to remove and replace.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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